FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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QUICK QUESTIONS

Who is Indra Energy?

Indra Energy is a privately-owned retail provider of electricity and natural gas, dedicated to serving homeowners and business across the United States who are seeking quality products and excellent customer service. Our Customer Service team provides our customers with first-class quality personalized assistance reinforcing our commitment to upholding the highest of standards in customer service.

Our mission is to provide quality products along with a positive customer experience every time.

Why should I choose Indra Energy?

Thanks to deregulation, you have the power to choose the electricity supplier that fits your lifestyle the best!  Switching to Indra Energy is easy, convenient, and secure, whether you order online or over the phone.  You’ll never experience any change in your power during the switch to us.  You’ll continue to be billed by your current utility company.

How do I sign up with Indra Energy?

Enrolling for service with Indra Energy is simple, and you can do it over the phone or via the web. There will be no service interruptions, no hassles, and you’ll receive the same monthly bill as always from your local utility company.

What is the cost to switch to Indra Energy?

Indra Energy does not charge an enrollment fee. However, your current energy supplier may assess a cancellation fee if you’re switching providers within your contract term. Your current supplier can confirm what those costs (if any) are.

What is the Cancellation Fee or Early Termination Fee for my plan?

If you are not completely satisfied, you can cancel any time. We have no long-term contracts or cancellation fees with our service.

What kinds of plans are available from Indra Energy?

Indra Energy offers complete service plans for Residential and Commercial. Our plans consist of a variable and fixed rate offerings.

What is a Fixed Rate?

A fixed rate offers you the ability to lock into a fixed price for a set amount of time.

What is a Variable Rate?

Variable Rates are rates that change daily or monthly based on market conditions and other factors. Variable rates may be higher or lower than your utility rate in any given month.

Do you offer Renewable Energy plans?

Yes! INDRA Energy offers 100% renewable energy plans.
Use the Zip Code search-box to view the Green Energy plans in your area. Reach out to one of our Energy Specialists if you have any questions about our Green Energy offerings.

If I switch electricity suppliers, will my reliability be affected?

By law, the local utility company is not allowed to provide different care levels to customers who have chosen an alternate supplier. You will continue to receive the same level of delivery quality, emergency response, and meter reading from your current utility. Your utility company will not change, just the supplier of your electricity and/or natural gas.

What is the difference between Indra Energy and my local utility company?

Indra Energy is a retail supplier of electricity and natural gas, and your local utility is a regulated entity that delivers electricity or natural gas to your home. Indra Energy is able to purchase the electricity or natural gas on the competitive market and sell it to customers. Your local utility continues to deliver that electricity or natural gas to your home.

What is the role of my local utility company?

Your local utility company delivers the electricity that flows into your home. The utility company is responsible for the lines, poles, pipes, meters, power outages, repairs, and other issues with how energy gets to your home. With any outages, your utility company still fixes the problem and restores your power.

How do I report a power outage or natural gas leak?

If you have an emergency (like a power outage or natural gas leak), please call the local utility company for your area.